Heritage Consultants and Architects answer questions about built heritage conservation. Open to all; bring your questions.
Timothy Ankenman, principal of Ankenman Marchand Architects, an award-winning firm, experienced in a broad spectrum of architectural, urban design, and community planning projects. Tim is on the board of Heritage BC and has a strong interest in sensitive heritage restorations.
Julie Schueck, an experienced heritage planner, her focus as a consultant includes heritage strategic plans, policy work, research, analyses, heritage registers, and statements of significance.
Donald Luxton, principal of Donald Luxton & Associates Inc., has practiced in the field of heritage conservation since 1983, and has demonstrated experience in all aspects of heritage planning and restoration. His reputation as a heritage consultant, educator and author has been firmly established on projects throughout British Columbia, the Yukon and Alberta.
Friday, December 7, noon PST
Youth engagement is a recurring concern for the heritage industry. But what does the term actually mean? And how should we go about it? In this panel style webinar we pose these and other questions to three heritage professionals with experience running a variety of youth programs.
Britney Quail, BC Heritage Fairs
Keely Bland, Kamloops Museum & Archives